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Sacsayhuaman and Temple of the Sun Tour from Cusco
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Private Cusco City Tour Including Main Archaeological Sites
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Half-Day Temples and Cusco City Tour
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Cusco 08000, Peru
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We took a bus to Tambomachay and visited several ruins on the walk back down to Cusco, with the last being Sacsaywaman. This was by far the best of all the ruins, as well as being the largest. If you don't have time to see...More

Thank nlsmith11
Reviewed yesterday

Sacsayhuamen is an Inca ruin on a hill overlooking Cusco. An amazing ruin, built as a fortress. Worth the trip as the views of Cusco are amazing. Don't forget to visit the White Christ Statue.

Thank Julie C
Reviewed yesterday

great tour and guide from Peru for Less awesome very knowledgable and patient. Good to learn about the history

Thank Harriet C
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I must admit I am a bit bias when we talk about pre-Colombian architecture as I am a big fan, but this Inca ceremonial site is magnificent in whichever way you want to look at it. Size, location, construction, design and materials to build it....More

Thank Ricardo B
Reviewed 2 days ago

We walked from the Plaza de Armas in Cusco up the hill to Sacsayhuaman in about a half hour, all uphill but with great views of the city as you go. You can stop at the San Cristobal church on the way, then a little...More

Thank running_ricardo
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Another demonstration of Incan skill in building and project management. A fabulous site. Close to Cusco.

Thank Rose C
Reviewed 3 days ago

Was not informed facility does not accept credit cards or american dollars. Hiked up hill and never able to enter facility due to lack of local soles.

Thank lisajrhode
Reviewed 4 days ago

You can see the beautiful Cusco town from this place. there may not be able to see other things besides the huge bolder, but i enjoyed the visit..

Thank Sondt
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Sacsayhuaman is a unique, and the most interesting place to visit in Cusco. Our guide gave us an great tour of this site the day before our trek to Machu Picchu.

Thank wesley2000
Reviewed 5 days ago

Short drive from Cusco, the ruins of this fantastic fort show t he amazing construction talent of the Incas. Hard to believe that thousands of giant stones fit so perfectly together that the walls of this fortified complex built more than 1,000 years ago with...More

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chad n
How about flying over lake titicaca?
May 22, 2017|
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Response from Bryan S | Reviewed this property |
We took a boat to the floating islands saw the local villagers and had our passport stamped. It's pretty cool to see how the make the floating villages and live on the islands.
chad n
Can you fly a drone over sacsayhuaman?
May 22, 2017|
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Response from Ginna W | Reviewed this property |
never saw one, don't know Peru regs, would seem ok and very cool to me.
Hi Immie M. Do you remember the cost of the bus? Where did you get the bus boletto? About how long did this expedition take from start to returning (on foot, I imagine)to town?
March 7, 2017|
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Response from KidIcarus08 | Reviewed this property |
We didn't take a bus, we did the City Tour. There are lots of companies that offer the tour, we used the one recommended by our hotel. For $40 per person, we had a half day tour of several sites, with transportation... More